No, don’t use plastic jewelry. Plastic jewelry can make infection and making more complication. When getting pierced, you can use hypoallergenic metals like stainless steel, titanium, gold, and if you have a metal sensitivity, try niobium.
Also, are there plastic piercings?
Acrylic, sold as Plexiglas or any of a variety of names, is a transparent plastic, in piercing mostly used for plugs and tapers. Due to the material’s smoothness, it has been used for stretching. Many overenthusiastic wearers have damaged their holes with acrylic tapers.
Secondly, do plastic belly rings heal faster?
As long as these materials are metal-free and without monomers or fillers (these are carcinogenic by the way), the plastic jewelry will reduce the healing times significantly and even enhance the recovery process, especially if you follow the aftercare instructions as provided.
Can you wear plastic tongue bars?
Plastic Tongue Ring Retainers
These tongue piercing retainers are designed to keep your piercing open while being discrete and safe. … You can also wear these plastic tongue rings while you are at the dentists, in hospital or have an X-ray.
Wood, glass and plastic were all nearly invisible to the MRI, while stone could be seen for reasonably large pieces (Greater than 2mm). I also confirmed with a doctor that none of these materials will create notable artifacts on an MRI. So glass and wood shouldn’t cause an issue with your scan.
Why can‘t I wear deodorant to surgery? Deodorants can have alcohol in them. We use a diathermy machine which can make a little spark, and we really don’t want to have an explosion because there’s alcohol in your armpit.
The reasons for piercing or not piercing are varied. Some people pierce for religious or spiritual reasons, while others pierce for self-expression, for aesthetic value, for sexual pleasure, to conform to their culture or to rebel against it. … Some piercings may be more complicated, leading to rejection.
Bioplast is a form of medical “plastic” that is safe for piercings. It makes an excellent material for initial piercings and those with sensitive skin due to its biocompatibility, and flexible nature.
The only kind of retainer one can use in a new piercing is glass, and even then, it may be too heavy for a non-healed piercing. … You are still very much in the healing phases and will cause issues with try switching out jewelry too early and possibly to a material that is not suitable for healing.
There is also an option to hide a nose piercing in the nostril without the use of a retainer. A small circle or square can be cut from bandage tape and placed over the piercing.